Connection & Loss
Inkjet print on Canson Aquarelle Rag
40 x 33 in
101.6 x 83.8 cm
Edition of 1
About the work
“There are an infinite number of ways to show the complexity of who we are, both as organism and as emotional beings." - Kersh
Color has long been used to help us visualize our emotions or even to affect how we feel. But Kersh goes further by using color to depict the complexities of our emotions. They are not isolated incidents that happen one at a time. We often feel many things at once as our emotions collide against or meld into each other, or are interdependent. In this series the interplay between colors aims to describe the intricacies of our inner worlds.
This work is presented on museum-grade, fine art paper stock with guaranteed archival qualities using fade-resistant, pigment-based inks. Canson Aquarelle Rag paper has a distinct painterly feel that offers excellent color intensity and a texture that holds ink and catches the light. A handmade floating frame is included in the price of the work and is derived from only solid woods and sustainable materials. You can select an oak, white, or black moulding. Also included is premium anti-reflective art glass, leaving an invisible finish. Order today and it will be ready in 10 working days.
|Paper type||Canson Aquarelle Rag|
|Frame||Handmade floating frame|
|Glass||Anti-reflective art glass|
|Certificate of Authenticity||Included|
Daniel Kersh is an artist exploring intersections in art, design, performance, wellness, and technology. He brings his background in lighting design, installation art, and contemporary dance to create site-specific exhibitions and performances. As a meditation practitioner, his work embodies expressions of expansion and contraction, creation and disintegration, rising and falling, harmony and tension, non-duality, and interconnectedness. His work invites viewers to a meditative space and offers opportunities for moments of transcendence.View artist